paul at doublegemini.com
Sat Jun 25 14:36:21 EDT 2005
Hi, I'm trying to get mod_python to run on the following system: (*) MacOS 10.4 (*) Apache 2.0.54 (*) mod_python 3.1.4 (*) Python 2.3.5 I've tried getting it to work w/ the mod_python handler configured as both (a) an . htaccess file; and (b) in the general httpd.conf file for all of Apache. I'm trying to get the mptest.py "demo" that's described in the mod_python documentation to work. Every time I try to access the mptest.py file through my Web browser, I get a HTTP 500 "Internal Server Error".. Since the "sig" on my Apache error notice includes the line: Apache/2.0.54 (Unix) mod_python/3.1.4 Python/2.3.5 Server at localhost Port 80 and since in my error_log I have a line (when I restart apache) to the effect of: [notice] Apache/2.0.54 (Unix) mod_python/3.1.4 Python/2.3.5 configured -- resuming normal operations I'm *assuming* that Apache is able to find mod_python and load it correctly. I've checked permissions on my .py files, and they're all set to 777, so I assume that Apache can read and load and execute those files, and do what not else it needs to. I have noticed, however, that Apache never "loads" or "compiles" those files down into .pyc files. Perhaps this could be part of the problem? I've gotten mod_python to run before on a FreeBSD system, although that was w/ slightly different versions of apache/mod_python/python, and granted MacOS isn't *quite* FreeBSD either.. Any ideas???